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hand in glove

( US also hand and glove)
working together, often to do something dishonest
密切合作(常指干坏事);相勾结
It was rumoured at the time that some of the gangs were working hand in glove with the police.
当时有谣传说一些匪徒和警方勾结。
Acting, being or existing together
Translations of “hand in glove”
in Chinese (Traditional) 密切合作(常指幹壞事), 相勾結…
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